Emily, Jenny and Annette all concentrating on their work.

Fused glass workshop

On a typical fused glass workshop, what happens? This is a question we often get asked. The great thing with our workshops is the flexibility. If you are attending with your friends, you don’t all have to make the same thing. However, there is nothing stopping you from doing that either. Jill will help with suggestions, designs and what can be made in the timeframe. These conversations are best if they occur before the day so you can dive straight in and start making. This is perhaps more important on our 2 hour workshop. We want to to start creating from the off!

To give you an idea of what we mean. Below are some images from a workshop were everyone made their own thing. This was a 2 hour workshop.

As you can see from the images below you can make wonderful items as gifts or for yourself. If you want to book on a workshop, click the link here to secure your place on one of our Fused Glass Workshop.

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A fused glass workshop with customers Annette and Jenny
Annette and Jenny about to get stuck into their creations.
Annette and Jenny concentrating on their artwork.
Annette and Jenny concentrating on their artwork.
Emily, Jenny and Annette in a fused glass workshop
Emily, Jenny and Annette all concentrating on their work.
Can you feel the Christmas feel to this scene made by Annette?
Don’t you just love the Christmas feel to this scene made by Annette? Kiln ready!
A super jungle scene complete with animals from Emily.
A super jungle scene complete with animals from Emily. About to go into the kiln.
Jenny made this during her fused glass workshop
A seascape made by Jenny. Awaiting slumping into a wave shape in the kiln.

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